CareCloud Debuts ONC-ATCB Certified EHR Solution

By Ariel Jones — January 17, 2012

CareCloud, a cloud-based healthcare solution provider, announced its official entry into the EHR market with the release of CareCloud Charts EHR. Easily accessible from both mobile devices, laptops, and desktops, the solution will provide a suite of tools for managing clinical, financial, and administrative aspects of physician practices, helping them to implement EHR effectively.

Equipped with tools to help physicians demonstrate meaningful use, Charts EHR includes the following capabilities: medical charting, lab and diagnostic ordering/receiving, e-prescribing and medication management, clinical encounter documentation, patient education, medical document management, and specialty-specific templates.

By integrating practice management and electronic records systems, CareCloud’s solution is designed to streamline the clinical workflow. Charts EHR utilizes a cloud architecture, which can capture data from a variety of patient-monitoring devices. The cloud-based platform also gives practices anytime-access to health records and administrative data that are updated in real-time.

Charts EHR has already been certified by SureScripts, meaning it can be used for e-prescribing within their network, and was awarded ambulatory certification as a Complete EHR by Drummond Group.

“Our primary mission has always been to simplify and streamline the entire healthcare experience,” said Albert Santalo, president and CEO of CareCloud. “We decided to first invest in building a strong foundation that supports the entire revenue cycle. We then developed the clinical apps on top of that foundation. Now, with the public availability of CareCloud Charts, physicians can actually look forward to using their EHR.”

Charts EHR is part of a CareCloud’s suite of on-demand practice management solutions, including Concierge, a revenue cycle management tool, and Community, a patient/provider portal tool.


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